- Format: eBook
- ISBN: 978-1-7849-9644-4
- Publisher: Manchester University Press
- Price: £96.00 (incl. VAT)
- Published Date: December 2015
- BIC Category: POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / Political Parties, POLITICAL SCIENCE / American Government / National, Society & social sciences / Central government, Society & social sciences / Political parties, Politics, United States of America, USA, Political parties, Central / national / federal government
With contributions from a range of distinguished Irish and British scholars, this collection of essays provides the first full treatment of the historical relationship between the Labour Party and Ireland in the last century, from Keir Hardie to Tony Blair.
'Laurence Marley and the contributors have put together an excellent collection of well-edited and well-researched chapters.this book is highly recommended reading for students of political developments in Ireland during this era.'
Neil Pye, SSLH and Independent Researcher, Labour History Review, vol. 81 No. 2, July 2016
'All of the chapters to this volume are valuable contributions to our knowledge of the Labour Party and Ireland.every chapter was worthy of inclusion.'
John Newsinger, Race and Class Vol 58, No 3